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good morning to you. it is sunday, november 20th. another big day day for donald trump. old names back in the mix for secretary of state. the secretary elect will sit down with rudy giuliani as a big announcement is promised for today. meanwhile, the president-elect slamming the cast of hamilton after this lecture from mike pence, the vice president elect. >> that your new administration will not protect us. our families. >> the president-elect wants an apology and this morning we have new reaction from the cast
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member that started the entire controversy. >> we sure do. and a federal judge offers a nice, warm welcome to the latest batch of legal immigrants. >> he will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> loyalty or leave. loyalty or leave. >> you guys can stick around. mornings are better with friends. ♪ little lionel richie. that just makes you want to jump out of bed, doesn't it? >> i didn't know what you were going to say there. >> new york is all decorated. the holiday season is coming. >> new york is one of my
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favori favorite. can we enjoy thanksgiving first? >> sure. you can feel it in the air. you have the decorations and the cold air and the lectures on broadway. perfect. it's the holidays. >> happy sunday to everyone, though. a big four-hour show. it's friendsgiving here. we always celebrate something. today members of all of our families come and share -- did you know that, you're going to have your mother here. >> we'll keep that segment short. >> my brother is coming, your sister's coming. >> family affair. >> awesome. love it. president-elect donald trump spending the weekend now starting to look outside his inner circle to fill some top posts. >> mr. trump trying to mend some fences yesterday with mitt romney. >> our man in washington all over the story. garret tenny which roles could be filled today. >> good morning. certainly would be hard to get much further outside of mr.
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trump's inner circle than mitt romney. the long-time rivals met for over an hour and the president-elect's longest meeting of the day and we're told it was a wide-ranging discussion. despite their history of bashing one another romney is said to be one of a number of people to serve as secretary of state. after their meeting mr. trump yelled to reporters that it went great. romney wouldn't say if he was offered any position, but he had this to say about the meeting. >> i appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect and look forward to the coming administration. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance. >> now, mr. trump had a number of meetings yesterday, including with the former chancellor of d.c. public schools who was
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mentioned as a potential pick and met with robert woodson who works on anti-poverty programs and tod ricketts an owner of the chicago cubs. with retired marine general james m who is a strong candidate for secretary of defense. after their meeting, trump was clearly impressed, as well. >> all i can say is he is the real deal. just a brilliant, wonderful man. what a career and we're going to see what happens. >> now, mr. trump went on to say that we will likely hear some news later today about additional picks for his cabinet, as well. keep your eyes and ears out for that. >> garrett, thank you. >> maybe he'll make the announcement on our show. s. >> we'll look for it. it is interesting. folks are coming to new jersey and greeting him. have you seen anything like this
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before? >> i hope chris christie doesn't hit traffic or anything on the way there. >> come on. >> no. >> i'm just kidding. i think he's still. i talked to people in the transition who say despite bridgegate and despite some tension with president-elect about the transition he was upset donald trump in private that stocking with not just loyalists, but lobbyists. i told he's still also in serious consideration for a position. >> jared kushner, jared's dad, who is in jail now, or was in jail, chris christie was a big figure putting him behind bars. that, clearly, has to play some kind of role. >> rudy giuliani coming today, he took a lot of heat from critics saying he's doubling down on trump and vindicated in the end, but will he be secretary of state or mitt romney? >> i think mad dog maddux.
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>> so, giuliani, obviously a top pick from the ginning. everybody sees a position for him. he wants secretary of state and we'll see how that plays out. >> you think romney wants it? >> i don't know. that's what the news reports are. >> why else would he come all this way had. >> but madison, if mad dog secretary of defense the community would go happy with a positive. this guy is a war fighter and opposite of what obama has been. he doesn't want a politically correct military. he wants to crush our enemy. so, i very safely can say i speak for military folks out there that if maddog james madison secretary of defense, a new dawn, a new day. you feel like you have an adult at the top of the post. a lot of great picks. >> he would have to get away with it. >> seven-year mark. >> you have to be retired from the military before you get a big civilian post. he can get it with a waiver. >> didn't he write this powerful
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letter to the marines before they went out and they fought over the middle east. so passionate about our mission when it comes to fighting terrorism and isis. >> thoughtful guy, but the grass 2gras grassroots. >> you talk about hamilton down the street here. >> donald trump still not happy here. >> of course he did. he tweeted about it. our wonderful future vp harassed by the threat of hamilton, cameras blazing. i was watching twitter and trending the entire day was boycott "hamilton." wasn't just we were talking about it pretty frustrated. not just us, but people throughout the country saying this was inappropriate, disrespectful and the actor comes ooout and responds to that tweet we had a nice conversation, it wasn't harassing. where was the conversation? no where in there was mike pence able to respond. take a listen to this.
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take a listen to this. >> everybody kind of thought of what it meant considering our show and considering the kinds of things that the platform that he and trump ran on and what we wanted to say, if we wanted to say anything. to get in front of an individual to make sure that he hears and sees us and recognizes the importance of the story. the only way we can find a common ground is to speak with one another. and it was important that we did this and i'm so glad that we had the opportunity. he stays and he listens and i truly appreciate him doing this. >> that was a good point there. vice president elect, mike pence, did not storm out or anything. even though he was being lect e lectured. probably didn't go to broadway and moved on and did not make a scene. >> no conversation. >> he took the high ride, i think, the vice president. >> but his whole point there was, i'm so glad he listened.
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come together and have these meaningful conversations where there was the response for mike pence. that is the conversation. >> we'll play it later on in the show. interviewed people outside in the line -- >> of course you did. >> but there were protests, people frustrated. you go to an event and you want theater. >> we call it pete on the street. a new segment. >> is that a new segment? >> i think it's pretty good. we want to get your comments. friends@f friends@foxnews.com. >> there is a lot going on. an interesting story we found on the wire, as well. a federal judge is telling, you know, folks becoming new york citizens all the time and a federal judge had the opportunity to speak to a group of new citizens and had an interesting message. you don't know what -- >> upset people, as well. >> he had a comment about our future president. this is what that judge had to say to newly minted u.s. citizens.
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>> i assure you that weather you voted for him or you did not vote for him, if you are a citizen of the united states, he is your president. and he will be your president. and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> you know, good for him. good for him. >> better if he had said, if you don't like that, you can go to another country because it is a free country. instead of osaying, you need to. like here's what you need to do if you don't like donald trump. i like the word need because at the end of the day you choose to be part of the civic process and invest in our social contract. that's all we ask about our citizens. you just have to love and believe in america. >> you also have to love and believe in the first amendment. that's important. i don't know. >> how many people came out
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during that campaign saying if mr. trump actually wins, i'm moving. i'm out of here. i'm going to spain. amy schumer said that. >> have they moved? no, they're all here. >> i have been following the story closely because i wanted to see if any followed their word and move. not one person has left, by the way. >> i'm just saying. all right, we have headlines to get to starting with this. an extreme weather warning. heavy snow and strong winds battering the northeast after a blizzard dumped more than a foot of snow in the midwest. wind gusting 50 to 70 miles per hour creating dangerous white out conditions. minnesota state patrol responding to hundreds of crashes and spinouts as drivers get pelted by snow and slush. icy roads now to blame for three deaths. president obama entering the final day of his last foreign trip as president. he is meeting with leaders in
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lima, peru, forced to answer questions about donald trump's trade policy telling everyone to chill out. >> don't just assume the worst. wait until the administration is in place. it's actually putting its policies together and then you can make your judgment. >> president obama will be back in washington, d.c., tomorrow. and trump tower will trump the white house for future first lady melania trump and her son. instead, president-elect donald trump's wife and their 10-year-old son is going to stay in their new york city penthouse so he could keep attending his private school in new york. melawnia will travel to the white house as needed. how important it is to make sure your kids are still raised with somewhat of a normal life. that's a tough thing. it's a personal decision, too. >> absolutely.
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now, he's in line to be america's next attorney general. but the media is already labeling alabama senator jeff sessions a racist. >> who was accused of a calling an african-american colleague. >> it is hostile or indifferent to the civil rights agenda of the country. >> now, those accusations coming largely from people who don't know jeff sessions. our next guest says that's not the jeff sessions he knows. he actually knows him. gary palmer is here to set the record straight. burn, baby burn. how bernie sanders is now giving democrats some payback for that primary.
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good morning. the main stream media not letting up on jeff sessions. pummeling attorney general. >> we're talking about jefferson sessions, a southerner who is proud of his heritage. someone with such a troubling past on race relations as jeff sessions. that doesn't speak well for the president's statement about bringing us together. >> reporter: claims of racism have followed the conservative. >> it is hostile to or indifferent to the civil rights agenda of the country. >> claims of racism abound but congressman gary palmer says that's not the sessions he knows. he is a long-time friend and joins us now. congressman, good morning. >> good morning. >> well, thank you. tell us about the jeff sessions
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you know. >> well, i have known senator session since he got elected attorney general of the state of alabama and he is a wonderful guy. he has changed the least of any person in politics that i've ever been around and i just think he will make an outstanding attorney general and these charges of racism are totally made up. >> what is it about him that is engendering this kind of response from the left. this almost universal chorus of racism. why are they making this claim so boisterously? >> i think the thing that concerns liberals is that senator sessions will clean up the department of justice. what we've seen over the last eight years has undermined public confidence. and senator sessions is a law and order guy. he shows no favorites. he will clean up the department of justice and i think that's the biggest problem they have with him and they're making up these charges to try to keep him from taking that office.
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>> congressman, you're making a case about policy. that's what this is all about. but the left is not making a policy argument. they're making a character assa assassination argument. it is sort of like when did you stop beating your wife type of argument. how do you prove this case when everyone around him, yourself included, hey, this is a great guy. certainly not a racist. what would you say to those critics who are pointing that finger right now? >> look how he conducted himself as a u.s. senator. william smith was his chief counsel on the senate judiciary committee. he was the first african-american to ever hold that post. william is now my chief of staff and i can tell you that senator sessions loves william. he's been very fair with everybody that he's worked with and then in regard to what is going on here, not a policy debate here, pete. they are trying to play the race card. they did this during the
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election. >> you don't feel like it will work here. how do you feel as far as his senate confirmation? >> i think it's going to be the democrats hyperventilation. but i don't think it's going to stop his confirmation. and the thing that would be most disgusting to me is the number of democrats who have been in the senate with senator sessions for years who know him, i think there are some of those members who will step up to the plate and vote to confirm senator sessions. >> that's a very interesting pointing, his colleagues will know him well. he's not a racist at all. congressman gary palmer, thank you for clarifying this this morning. >> my pleasure. >> you got it. their son died an american hero in afghanistan, but this gold star family said they were booed on the way to receive his remains. the disgusting details you're going to hear, next.
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the number one trending h h hashtag on twitter. boycotthamilton. american not on board and the next guest is ready to blow the lid off this controversy. larry elder coming up next.
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25 minuthour. back with headlines. hillary clinton keeps losing. now the clinton foundation taking a hit. the charity seeing donations nose dive by 37% just in the past year. the foundation racked with accusations of pay to play. both president-elect donald trump and congress vowing to investigate the foundation even further. and don't call me democrat. bernie sanders too shamed to be lump under to a democratic party. the vermont senator insisting he
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will remain an independent despite his role despite the democrats shrinking minority in the senate. >> ran for democratic debate and now i don't want to be a democrat. meanwhile, president-elect donald trump having the cast of "hamilton" after mike pence went out for date night on the town and got more than he paid for. >> we are a diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. but we truly hope that this show has inspired you to work on behalf of all of us. >> that is just a portion of the lecture that he had to say, but was it really necessary. >> here with his own message for the cast nationally syndicated larry elder. good to see you this morning. >> morning. >> mr. trump is already up this
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morning tweeting about what happened at hamilton. he writes this. our wonderful future vp mike pence was harassed last night at the theater. thissed is not happen. that was from yesterday. this is the tweet he wrote this morning, we don't have that tweet yet, but we'll get that momentarily. >> the other tweet he sent was the theater should always be a safe and special place. >> i di-- my goodness, the man goes to a play and lecture breaks out and lectured by this cast member with the support of every single one of the other cast members on diversity and on protecting diversity, this is a play whose casting call sent out. on the third week of january
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they're going to take an oath of office to protect and defend the constitution. to get a lecture about that is pretty rude in my opinion. suppose i was a cast member and i didn't like the iran deal or the iraq bug out or the failure to properly vet some of the syrian refugees and i felt obama wasn't protecting us. by the way, obama did see th wo >> the cast and produce rrs of "hamilton" should apologize to mike pence for their terrible behavior. your reaction to that, sir? >> remember when ben carson turned to obama and gave him a lecture about obama care. the white house was furious and demanded that he apologized. when joe wilson made the outburst and said you lied and left-wing columnist maureen
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o'dowd ca dowd called it race base. is it race base or only happening when the person who is doing the act is white and the receiver is black. does it work the other way around? can you call this race base? >> also you have, larry, lieutenant general flin appointed national security adviser and critics on the left saying his comments about muslims have been insensitive, as well. i want you to address that. beyond these controversies whether it be sessions, jeff sessions or hamilton, now mike flin, as well. what do you think the president-elect should do moving forward to kind of heal some of these decisions. not helping that the left keeps attacking but people are upset. what does he need to do to move forward here? >> frankly, he needs to call out the left for their own racism. a story about chuck schumer, for example, who is leading the charge against jeff sessions in 1974 when he was running for state attorney in new york. a group of neighbors in flat bush, new york, that wanted some
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blacks out. he proposed to refurrishing the tenant where the black were living that had to be offered a chance to come back and they would be too expensive and the black wouldn't be able to afford it and the black would be getting rid of. all sorts of stuff. >> right, all sorts of stuff on both sides. but my question really is, okay, we'll spend the next four years with both sides saying you're more racist than i am. >> unfortunately, that's how the democrats are. they play the race card because they can't talk about policy and they're going to call him a racist. that's what democrats do. that's the playbook 101. you heard hillary say it. trump supporters are a basket of deplorables. they're irredeemable. president obama when he was running in 2008 went to the
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midwest and sayed they claimed guns and religion. unfortunately, a long four years, if not eight years. >> no denying what happened at hamilton was disrespectful and inappropriate and to the point, too, there is something to both sides coming together and, actually, having a conversation and letting vice president elect mike pence have a response and enjoy the show with his family. good to have you here, sir. >> real quickly. it can have been worse. abraham lincoln had a rougher time at a play. >> that might have been too soon. >> too soon. first, they wage a war on christmas and now the police are back. they're going after good friday, really? you'll never believe what they're trying to rename it as. plus, president-elect trump extending the olive branch, this time to mitt romney. >> interesting. does their 90-minute meeting mean he is a shoo in? our political panel will break down that assessment for you, next. there's nothing more important than your health.
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the bubble. >> wait. manhattan already exists, right? i'm confused. >> that's hysterical. >> they couldn't find any who wanted to live here. >> it's so true. it's so true. >> a lot of people live in the bubble right now. some other headlines to get to this morning. two juveniles, this is a horrible story. suspected of killing a congressman's grandson. they are now in custody. he was shot in the head after two people forced their way into his chicago home. gunfire reportedly erupting after an argument over sneakers. illinois representative danny davis addressing the gun violence that has plagued that city, but just turned personal saying, "it becomes a part of the culture and environment that has got to change." and congress wants answers after reports surface that two top obama administration officials want nsa director admiral michael rogers out. representative devin sending a letter to defense secretary ash carter and director of national
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intelligence james clapper asking him to appear before congress to discuss that report. rogers is rumored to be a lead contender to replace clapper as the director of national intelligence in the trump administration. and blatant disrespect for our military. the gold star family of sergeant john perry of california booed by passengers onboard a united airlines flight while they were on their way to bring his remains home. the family claims that the family to make sure they made their connecting flight. perry was one of four americans that was killed when he stopped a homicide attacking just short of their target. likely saving hundreds of soldiers lives. that is a horrible story. >> really is. > he is. it is freezing out there this morning, rick. you really felt it. >> it is chilly, though hp had to break out the coat.
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finally cooled down. cooled down for a lot of the country, at least temporarily, but stormy season is upon us. i do want to show you wednesday because a lot of people are thinking, hey, what's happening on wednesday. i have some travel plans. not bad but the central part of the country or say towards the ohio valley will have some rain and snow across parts of wisconsin and i think we'll see a few airport delays and out across the west, we'll see rain and mountain snows and maybe some delays from san francisco up towards the seattle area. be ready for that. aside from that, pretty sunny conditions and be ready and all that storm system thursday moves towards the east coast. here's your temps as you're waking up. it has cooled down a lot out there. the central plains very chilly and the snow moving around the gl great lakes and in towards the northeast. some will accumulate across a foot and a half across the plateau. all right, ed, send it back to you. president-elect trump mitt romney for nearly 90 minutes yesterday. his longest meeting of the day.
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probably never thought that meeting would happen and the big question is now, will his one-time rival be named secretary of state? former romney campaign financial director j.p. miller and carrie picket and democratic strategist michael tilmon. was this meeting for show or do you think he has a legitimate shot at secretary of state? >> i think he has a legitimate shot a huge sign for a trump presidency. >> why? >> he is bringing in people from a different viewpoints and shows he is serious about running the country and mitt had different opinions on him and i think this is a brilliant move for trump to potentially bring in a team of rivals to advise him and his cabinet. >> carrie, every time i tweet about mitt romney and donald trump meeting i get all kind of tweets getting romney called him a fraud, a phony. do not go to the middle, donald
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trump? he called donald trump a fraud and a phony. >> it isn't even just the name calling, i think, that will have donald trump maybe not necessarily putting him in his cabinet. he also actively opposed him, didn't really help him when he was threatened over in utah by a third party candidate. but he may, perhaps, throw him a bone and ambassadorship and maybe go further perhaps with the problems. >> maybe there is a middle step here. >> but, mike, this idea of a team of rivals. barack obama tried it when i was covering that transition, 2008 to 2009. did it work out with hillary clinton? >> i think it did. i don't think it worked out for clinton's subsequent presidential aspirations. >> but having that division within the cabinet. >> i think the bigger position to disagree with my colleague. the bigger the position romney is offered, the bigger person president-elect trump looks like. all the name calling and all the nastiness, that was yesterday. you get to rewrite history and recast it because that was a
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campaign and now it's time to govern. a lot of the trump campaign was internal to the republican party, so, this is a way to really mend those fences. >> good insights from all of you. we appreciate it. thanks for coming in. president-elect donald trump has always been clear on his plans to combat islamic extremism. our next guest is a muslim american who did not vote for trump and says she couldn't agree more with what he's saying there, though. and it takes senior housing to a whole new level. the brand-new program that could pair college students with grandma. your insurance company won't replace the full value of your totaled new car. the guy says, "you picked the wrong insurance plan." no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car plus depreciation.
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housing at the university can cost students $14,000 a year, but under this new program pairing students and low-income seniors they can see their costs cut in half. a similar program in chicago has seen success although friday and saturday nights could get interesting, i suppose. you won't believe what the police are doing to another holiday. renaming two of their paid holidays to be more "inclusive." columbus day now calling fall holiday and good friday they're getting really creative there. now calling it spring holiday. really? no good friday? pete? >> i mean, come on. we're losing our minds. a wake-up call to all americans. a renowned muslim scholar is pledging her support for the new president-elect, donald trump. writing in an op-ed, i didn't wrote for donald trump, but now that he will be my president i
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stand ready to collaborate with his administration and also known as radical islam. >> the author of "the land of invensable land." really a powerful op-ed you wrote and unot just you, but wh did you write this piece? >> he's our president and very important for us to support him. i am actually invigorated with the possibilities of the trump administration. it's an opportunity for us to take a fresh look at islamism and that mask raids as islam and come up with some issues to defeat it. >> have you been criticized for writing that piece? >> no, not that i'm aware of. >> general flynn has been criticized for being anti-islam or islam phobic. he said very candid things about the political nature of islam. how do you read an appointment like that? >> i would probably distinguish it.
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i don't know much about general michael flynn, but my knowledge is very clear that islam is not a political ideology. islamism is. that's a very important distinction. someone like general flynn can be forgiven because we really haven't made that distinction in the united states and looking at it with fresh eyes, hopefully with our new president may give us that opportunity. unlike president obama who went to the beginning of his first presidency to cairo to give a speech. i think our new president should go to places like louisville, kentucky, home of one of the greatest muslims in america in history. muhammad ali or home of the biggest muslim communities in the united states and engage with us just as he's engaged with every other american through this process. >> speaking of that. when you look back at the past eight years, what has president obama gotten wrong when it comes to fighting terrorism and labeling it for what it is and what can mr. trump learn from
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these past eight years, inn your opinion, to get it right? >> so, i think one of the key things that has been very difficult for a muslim like me, observing islam, devoting to combatting islamism is to find a space to talk about this. that's hindered by people not understanding the language and a previous president or a president about to leave the white house not encouraging that conversation. that empowers only those who would masquerade as muslims. only those who support a radical ideology that is not a religion, but a political to talterrorism. >> for those who are main stream, you would want that distinction. otherwise you have this sort of, you have a joining of the two that you wouldn't want. how do you draw that distinction? >> that's a great point, pete. that's where muslims like me can come and help and making that distinction. islam is a very simple faith.
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the five principles and visiting mecca, if you have the means. believing in one god. that is the sum total of islam. islamism is speaking to overturn the order and direct threat to democracies everywhere. there's no mistake about that. a very big destipgz. >> what can the muslim community quickly do to help? >> we must give the new president a chance. islam has a tremendous tradition of welcoming a guest. we must allow president trump to be, to come into our communities and talk to us and have these dialogues and support him in these efforts. >> dr. ahmed, very important message. thank you. >> good to see you. >> thank you. what kind of advice can an ncaa champion basketball coach have for donald trump? we'll ask kentucky wildcats coach what it takes to put together a winning team. and after vice president elect mike pence received a liberal lecture from the cast of "hamilton" he had a conversation
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with -- >> the theme of the show is brotherhood and loving and i don't believe pence feels that way. >> you think mike pence is a race snst. >> i don't know. >> guess he probably is. but i can't call him that right now. >> you just did. deal. go pro with crest pro health gum protection. it helps prevent gum bleeding by targeting harmful bacteria on your gums. left untreated, these symptoms could lead to more serious problems including tooth loss. gum crisis averted.
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what can one of the most successful college basketball coaches in history teach the trump transition team about building a winning team. the art of coaching extreme talent. kentucky men's basketball coach john calipari. great to see you, coach. >> great to see you. >> as i think about you coaching extreme talent and you do it so well every year. you have one and done players every year. not all of them. but a lot of them spend one year
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at the university of kentucky. you have a crunched amount of time to get the most out of these guys and it reminds me of donald trump putting together an entirety government in less than 70 days. what's your advice to him? >> part of this is i try to surround myself, my own staff with people who are stroong in areas that i'm weak. then i let them go. you lead that way. i think the other thing is for me coaching these players, at some point they've got to be empowered. >> absolutely. the best thing i can do is say, okay, let me lead, let me show you and then i've got to empower you and let you go. >> i also think about the president-elect because he has john kasich and marco rubio and jeb bush and others who are very talented and could be part of this team but might be frustrated by how the primaries played out. what would your advice be about how things played out and -- >> i don't know if i'm in a
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position to give the president-elect -- i would say go across party lines, bring people in that would give you different ideas. do the rivals here we come, we're all together. at the end of the day, president-elect trump is the moral compass and is going to make the final decision. >> i understand. i haven't heard this yet. but you do a pretty mean impersonation of donald trump. >> let's see. >> i'm just teasing. >> nope, false. not true. no. i can do this one, too, if you want me too. whatever you want. >> what do you think? >> i did the dance, too. i did both. >> it's funny. you know i'm watching the debates. >> you were calling me throughout the day. >> what in the world. what's going on here? you know, this thing, there's an anger out there. at this point, it's bringing
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people together. >> speaking of all in this together, your son, brad calipari is on the team. >> he's playing. i'm putting him in and he scored. >> at the famous garden in new york. i don't know if you saw this. everyone was look the at the ball on the other side. he was there. i heard you go, hey! you looked at him and gave him a thumbs up. what does it mean to coach your own son like that. >> my children have sacrificed my time because i've coached. to have him with me, to have him text me at night, i'm in the gym, i'm working out. to build his own self-esteem and confidence and me to be there, to kind of steer him because he's like every other child, our own -- they do stupid things and say hey man, you're not doing that. but i am so proud of him and so happy to be coaching him. he scored two points in the last game. he got fouled in this game, should have been shooting treats. >> defending your son to the bitter end. >> great book.
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>> meanwhile, democrats calling senator jeff session ace racist. is that fair? the next guest says no way. the niece of dr. martin luther king, jr. joins us next. ow me mh no reported accidents. boom. love it. [struggles] show me the carfax. start your used car search at the all-new carfax.com.
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good morning to you. happy sunday. it is november 20th. i'm abby huntsman. another big day on tap for donald trump. the president-elect spending the weekend stacking his team and one bitter rival. mitt romney. we're live from washington with the roles that could be filled as soon as today. >> the mainstream media not letting up on senator jeff sessions. allegations of, yes, racism. >> someone with such a troubling past on race relations is -- for the president's statement about bringing us together. >> oh, but martin luther king jr.'s n so fast. she's joining us live with the
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other side of the story. >> that's right. vice president-elect mike pence received a lecture. i had a conversation with some of the show-goers. >> the theme of the show is brotherhood and loving and i don't believe pence feels that way. >> do you think mike pence is a racist? >> i don't know. >> i guess he probably is a racist. but i can't call him that right now. >> you just did. >> sorry. trump tweeting about the liberal lecture again. this morning, they're always great, right? >> mornings are better with friends, yeah. >> so we've got friends giving today. my brother is here. i can see him. he's distracting me. this is my other brother, nate at the thanksgiving table sleeping. >> are you sure that's not you? >> this is not me.
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>> this is after too much turkey. another photo of my family. >> we're having a good family thanksgiving. >> this is entire pete show. >> we have the entire family. >> no. ed, your mom is coming later on the show. >> it will be a short segment. say wrap, wrap. >> peppering mom with questions. >> we have things to celebrate. my sisters are going to join me as well. also a lot as i mentioned, i can't wait to meet her. where does she live? >> my parents live on long island. >> she's going to be a character. >> character is a good wordy think. >> she's going to make a family from her great grandmother. a potato dumpling thing. as a kid, i didn't like that much. >> wonderful. >> potato dumpling thing. >> salivatinsalivating. sounds amazing. we have politics as well
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this morning. >> we do. >> president-elect donald trump spending the weekend stacking his team. looking outside his inner circle to fill top posts. mr. trump holding a marathon of meetings among them with the bitter rival -- sniert garrett tenney is live from washington, d.c. with how they're mending the fences. >> abby, they certainly have fences to mend. you remember throughout this election both men have plenty of nasty things to say about the other. we haven't heard many details about exactly what was discussed in this meeting or what the mood was like. but it is significant that it lasted for an hour and a half, but the longest of the president-elect trump's meeting. it was a wide ranging discussion including global politics and the role in the world. the important conversations for mr. trump to have. said to be a one of a number of people to serve as the secretary of state. after their meeting, mr. trump
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yelled to reporters that it went great. romney wobt say if he was offered any position but he described the meeting like this. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance. i appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect and look forward to the coming administration. >> romney was one of the number of meetings mr. trump had with outside advisers and potential cabinet picks. including michelle reeve, the former chancellor of schools mentioned as a potential pick for education secretary. robert woodson who works on community-based anti-poverty -- and todd rickets the owner of of the world champion chicago cubs. his other big meeting was with retired marine -- senior transition officials tell us is a quote very strong candidate for secretary of defense.
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mattis succeeded the u.s. central command and all military operations in iraq and afghanistan until he retired. after their meeting trump was clearly impressed. >> some great man. >> hear some things tomorrow. >> if you could hear that, it was a little faint. mr. trump said i think we'll hear things tomorrow in regards to potential cabinet picks. later today at some point, more could be coming from the trump transition team. >> didn't i see you with the chicago cubs teacher. i think you should disclose these things. >> you know, proud chicago cubs fans, especially this season. other seasons maybe not as much. >> good to see you. >> james mattis is a war fighter. >> mad dog. >> everybody calls him that. >> in the military. the marine corps and elsewhere.
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>> he seems like a mix of someone thoughtful and also tough. >> if you have mad dog mattis and warrior monk as nicknames. a total war fighter, if he were to be picked for s.e.c. def. it would be a reorganization of the military. >> when you have power player like rudy giuliani with the president-elect and chris christie, obviously, he's had struggles recently, a lot of people trying to write his political owe bit. i've been hearing from people, he still has a shot at a spot in the cabinet. one other name, the founder of black intertake tanment television, there has been -- geraldo rivera was talking about it yesterday, if you can recruit robert johnson, big, big african-american power player to the cabinet, that's going to be -- >> and a democrat by the way. >> he may not want to join the cabinet. >> reaching out to people like
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that. >> michael flynn is a red shirt democrat his whole life. people are dismissing that. >> reality has a way of smacking you in the face. >> this is a mix of talking to people about a potential cabinet position. also just hearing from people. i think mr. trump is in a place where this is a huge job. i want to get this right and win this thing as he often says. to do that, you have to sit down at a table with a mix of different people and backgrounds, whether it is mitt romney or the creator of the e.t. or the -- >> what do you do, you send pete on the street. that's what we did yesterday. we say look, let's not just talk about these stories, let's do reporting. pete went to broadway. >> yesterday, our viewers if you were watching us, you saw vice president-elect went to see the broadway show hamilton. he was booed by some and then there was lecture given to him and donald trump reacted as he does in real time with twitter
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around the medium that he has. saying hey, you should apologize. this was a tweet this morning from donald trump responding to hamilton. he said the cast and producers of hamilton, which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for his behavior. he is your vice president-elect. you may not like him, but treat him with respect. >> a lot of people like the show. >> i have seen the show. the music is fabulous. i do like that mr. trump is tweeting and giving out his voice. obviously people voted for him for a reason. the rant was after the show. hold on, it wasn't disrespectful. he said we were having a conversation. these conversations need to be had. i find it offensive. nowhere in that conversation did you have vice president-elect mike pence able to say -- >> it happened when -- >> we hit the street and went to folks waiting in line to see hamilton yesterday. this is out myself outside
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hamilton yesterday talking to folks going into the show. >> so when you go to a performance like this, are you expecting a political speech or do you want a performance? >> i just want to see the performance. step away from politics. >> when you come to a show that's diametrically opposed to quote the show of what you believe, i think it's disingenuous for the show not to speak on it, especially with that platform. >> the whole theme of the show is brotherhood and loving and i don't believe pence feels that way. >> you think mike pence is a racist? >> i guess he probably is. but i can't call him that right now. >> you just did. >> you think trump and pence won't be president for all people? >> well, he said he will be. he'll be put to the test. i think that's what the cast was saying at the end of the show last night. >> i did not vote for him. i didn't support him. but he is now going to be my president. i wish him well.
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i want him to do the things he said he was going to do. >> hillary clinton was brought backstage and was hugging her. why didn't the future vice president get hugged backstage. >> everybody has an opinion. if their opinion doesn't agree with them, they don't get the same treatment. but that's okay. >> do you think the people coming to an event are looking for a political sermon? >> no. but i didn't think it was si sermon. it was a couple sentences. >> i'm seeing a difference of opinion here. >> i think they were disrespectful to the vice president. >> do you think that's -- >> it wasn't fair of them to do that. he was trying to see the play. he didn't want political opinions. >> donald trump asked for an apology. do you think the cast of hamilton should apologize? >> i think their message was respectful. i think it was the audience who was a little disrespectful. >> i think it was wrong for president-elect trump to call and t. harassing. >> you think that was wrong. you think it's good for the vice president to come to a muse al
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performance and get lectured? >> i don't think it was a lecture. >> good sam am. >> we got a good sam am. >> the 17-year-old kid was i found that disrespectful. >> he nailed it. the last conversation went on for a long time. you ask him for evidence for why mike pence is a racist. they don't have any evidence. there was a general agreement, they felt the first amendment protects speech everywhere. maybe not the best place. >> someone said they were talking to, i found the audience to be worse than the lecture. there were some boos. >> you came here, you hear the video, it was outweighed by the boos. don't boo. >> they're at a show. he had a smile on his face, he stayed through the whole thing. give him credit and his wife and family who went. >> they can at least be respectful. >> nice work, pete. >> we try. we have other headlines to get to this morning. beginning with an extreme weather warning.
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heavy snow and strong winds battering the northeast after a deadly blizzard dumping more than a foot of snow in the northwest. winds gusting 50 to 70 miles per hour creating dangerous white out conditions. responding to hundreds of crashes and spinouts as drivers get pelted by snow and slush. icy roads now to blame for three deaths there. if you're flying for the holidays, your travel plans could be disrupted as hundreds of workers at chicago's o'hare airport plan to walk off the job. just in time for thanksgiving. baggage handlers and wheelchair attendants plan to protest for $15 an hour. while the strike was intentionally planned for the busy travel season, the union representing the workers say they're not trying to shut down the airport. president obama entering the final day. lima peru forced to answer questions about his trade policy telling everyone to chill out.
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>> don't just assume the worst. waiting until the administration is in place. actually putting its policies together and then you can make your judgments. >> president obama will be back in washington, d.c. tomorrow. >> successfully launching a game changing weather satellite. >> three, two, one. >> liftoff. those are -- >> this satellite is the size of a school bus. it is -- blasting into space hours ago. spacecraft, now on its way to sending us the best images of severe weather. expected to save lives. giving an advanced look at dangerous weather events. >> he's like loving this. meanwhile, one federal judge is dropping the gavel on future
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ci achlt director and adviser to president-elect jim woolsey. thanks for joining us this morning. let's start with the cia director. tell us why he's a great pick. >> i talked to him yesterday at some length. i had not known him before. but it looks to be an excellent choice. first class at west point, distinguished military career, distinguished legal career. i think he's going to be an excellent director of the cia. >> jim, tell me, you know the ins and outs of the cia. what needs to change? >> the cia now, after the '04 reorganization, following 9/11 and all of that, are -- it's a somewhat different agency than it was and it's also been seen a great deal of reorganization from its current director.
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so that answer to that question is a bit in flux. in part, it's going to be what the president wants. covert action, for example. you don't do anything to events way or another -- that's not something the cia does on its own to put it mildly. as far as intelligence analysis and reports are concerned, the d and i is under the system, the chief intelligence adviser to the president. but he or she needs to take the arrangements to report to the president from his point of view. for example, neither president clinton nor president reagan had briefings in the morning. they read intelligence because they didn't want to take the
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time to have somebody read it out tloud them. differentments have done that different ways. they need to spend a little bit of time shaking down the way they're going to work together. it will probably work well. >> how about general flynn, how do you anticipate his pick changing that agency. >> that's i think also an excellent choice. one of the things i like about mike is he has a history and background of calling it straight. he's seen some opposition to put it mildly. when he does call it straight. that's the first principal job of an intelligence analyst or intelligence executive. not to get bogged down in trying to please people. i think that is also what you want to see in the u.n. ambassador. i hope it's somebody like k.t.
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mcfarland or dni or the other slots of course. >> absolutely. jim woolsey. former ci achlt director. thanks for chairing your expertise this morning. the mainstream media not letting up on senator jeff sessions. we're going to discuss more about that. that's just not true. with an ex-con seeking revenge welcome to no man's land on sale now
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woichblgt democrats are doubling down, slamming president-elect trump's most recent picks as racist. now critics are urging him to reconsider of the appointment of senator jeff sessions. listen to this. >> he made jokes about the kkk. he made racial slurs, he used racial slurs. >> he's going to need a thorough vetting. many of the statements are old but still troubling. >> he pushes out sessions, who
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is the most troubling member of the u.s. senate when it comes to race. >> if he was not good enough to be a federal judge, how then is he good enough to be attorney general actually enforcing the law? >> who are to weigh in is the niece of martin luther king, jr. dr. al veed a king. good morning. how all are you? >> good morning. >> you just saw that clip we played. we've heard from the media aimm and members of the democratic party throwing around the racist snam. what do you think of that? >> we here in america have brains, we can think and investigate. playing the race card used to work because nobody could find out the truth behind the matter. senator sessions prosecuted the ku klux klan. senator sessions went and desegregated schools in alabama.
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those are not -- nobody wants to talk about that. because they want to say he's a racist. taken out of context. he prosecuted the kkk. throwing the race card against somebody who prosecutes racists, it does not add up. >> something that your uncle, dr. martin luther king, talked about was forgiveness and coming together and moving on. why is it today that it seems that the media and in this case, the democrats are having such a difficult time moving on from something that happened decades, but we all have a past and moments where we say, i probably would have handled that differently and said that differently. why is the community today do we have such a hard time moving on and for giving people? >> i was an activist in the 1960s. i was a youth activist and organizer. my dad and my uncle, dr. martin luther king, jr. taught me very well and my grand dad.
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now, george wallace, during the times was one of the most racist people in our history. yet, through love, through communication and through resisting nonviolently, george wallace repented. i believe the heart of the servant leader can draw that out of anybody. that's why i'm looking at mr. trump, his administration, his choices. what would jesus do? what can i say that will heal? i'm encouraging mr. trump and his picks not to go on the defensive but to assert we want to heal america. we want to work together for america. that's the voice that has to continue insanity. the media did not -- kellyanne conway is right, did not prepare fours a trump win. now we have that. are we going to keep splintering and dividing or are we going to come together. that's a great point. i want your thoughts on this story we've been covering for the past 24 hours. the play hamilton.
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gave a lecture to vice president-elect mike pence. he went there with his family to enjoy a friday night out lectures him about politics at the end of the show. even get boos from the audience. what is your reaction to that? >> that was a seize the day moment. so the lecture came and i think that vice president-elect pence from my understanding kind of quietly got up and went out waited until he heard the whole rant or chastisement. i believe that if i had purchased a ticket and i was just part of the general audience, i would have expected to see a great performance. i might not have wanted to buy an opportunity to hear a lecture. so perhaps that was a seize the day, seize the moment. much of america is fearful. so i believe now is the time to say we are going to make america great. we're going to heal america.
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we're going to work together to do this. so rather than to splinter and divide, i believe this is another opportunity to call for unity. >> mr. pence did handle that moment beautifully. i love your advice to them of rise above it, let's come together as a country. so far we've seen mr. trump and mike pence do that pretty beautifully the past week or so. thank you so much. >> be loyal or leave. one federal judge dropping the gavel on future citizens about mr. trump. >> he is your president and he will be your president. if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> go to another country. is he right? your e-mails are pouring in. that's next. >> look who our kevin mccarthy is hanging out with now. he's got the rock before the
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so last year we were invited to thanksgivi was stoked. erson's. that's my holiday. we invented it. so i'm like, "pass the stuffing!" and... it's not stove top. and i'm like, "what?" i wait all year. 364 days to enjoy delicious stove top stuffing. it's what makes thanksgiving, thanksgiving. i had to get out of there. i faked an attack of scurvy. scurvy. works every time. i can assure you, whether you voted for him or you did not vote for him, if you're a citizen of the united states, he is your president. and he will be your president.
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and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> hollywood, are you listening? >> i love he used the word need. >> use must or something like that. >> he sounds like -- i just don't think -- >> i want to clue him in to the first amendment, the constitution. to the last sentence. yes, donald trump is all of us, he's the president for all of us. the people looting are ridiculo ridiculous. for a judge to say, if you don't like him, get out, come on. >> the last sentence is my favorite. >> it's your favorite? >> yeah. either you're american -- >> because he's -- >> come on. >> the way he's interpreting -- >> the foundation -- [ overlapping talking ]. >> i'm annoyed with the celebrities who said they were
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going to leave. >> it needs to be said to everyone who kants or will not accept that trump will be our president. >> this message was eight years overdue. >> agree to disagree on the couch. >> i love it. same conversation that america is having right now. >> right up to the last sentence. okay. he is everyone's president. but on the other hand, if you don't like him, it's america. you're allowed to have a different opinion, right? >> yes, you are. you can have it wrong. other headlines this morning. juveniles ex suspected of killing a -- >> wilson was shot in the head after two people forced their way into his chicago home. bullets reportedly flying after an argument over sneakers. illinois representative danny davis addressing the gun violence that's now plagued the city. but just turned personal. it becomes a part of the culture of an environment that has got
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to change. congress is -- reports surfaced that two top obama administration officials want admiral michael rogers out. ash carter and james clapper, they are being asked to appear before congress to discuss those claims. rogers is rumored to be a lead contender to replace clapper as the director of national intelligence in the trump administration. facebook top guy heeding president obama's call. >> if we can't discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda, then we have problems. >> mark zuckerberg doubling down on facebook's effort to suppress fake news. president obama even blaming the election results on internet propaganda. was that what it was? >> talking about "the new york times"? let get it out to rick. >> who is never fake to us, right? >> he's real. >> i try my best.
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hey, a lot happening. you mentioned that the new satellite went up. we're soon going to be able to have amazing pictures of satellite images that will help us project -- predict severe weather much, much more quickly. great news. we also have the latest winter outlook. this is the latest coming out from noaa. you get an idea, this is your temperature outlook. you can see across the south the far northeast, new england, warmer temperatures than average. northern tier likely about average and precipitation wywisa lot of drought. unfortunately, below average precipitation. above average across the north. meanwhile, today, snow across the northeast across the great lakes and across the interior sections of the northeast. expect about a foot of snow in some spots. all right, guys. back to you. >> thanks, rick. come back inside. it's cold out there. >> indeed. >> the harry potter spinoff
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film. where to find them. expected to take the top spot. is it worth your box office dollars. fox news contributor and founder of nerd -- kevin mccarthy has his review. >> abby and ed, i've missed you guys. thanks for having me on. >> i'm very, very excited about this. fantastic -- and where to find them. dethrone dr. strange. i love that movie as well. the film is the harry potter spinoff. takes place prior to the events of harry potter and essentially the character eddie redmayne plays, it's used later on at hogwarts. this story is more about his story and finding the beast and protecting the beasts inside of his suitcase. the film has great moments, the beginning and the ending are great. the middle is the biggest problem overall. i gave it a 3 1/2 out of 5. i want to ask you another
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question. you want to go to a movie theater and see a film. see a trailer that doesn't end up in the final film itself. i hate with wh that hatches. i hate when i see it doesn't end up in the final cut. eddie redmayne told me why that happens. >> don't pan ib. there's absolutely nothing to worry about. it didn't make it into the film. did you shoot that shot for the trailer? >> no, no. no. films where that's a lot of special effects and post work. start putting trailers out long before they finished editing -- the script something read in the mid of the frenzy. don't panic. i think when this got to the cut. totally wrong. because actually the stakes are too high. teams to have a time-out moment. >> interesting. moana, this new disney flick.
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>> i heard a lot about this. some of the directors of aladdin and little mermaid. i grew up watching it. i love those movies. >> johnson is singing in this film. coming up on wednesday. he was obviously a -- one of the bits that the rock used to do, while the person was answering, he was he would rudely interrupt them and say it doesn't matter. the rock has actually been super nice to me. he tweeted me on my wedding day and my bachelor party. i know what, i'm going to take that niceness and crank him with his own bit. >> i want to thank you by the way. you always send me incredible tweets. at my bachelor party and my wedding. 10.5 million twitter followers. how do you have time to see the tweets and reply? >> it doesn't matter how you do
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it. >> i'm sorry. >> stop it. >> i got to. >> i literally got you. >> you got me. >> jump a little bit. >> i didn't jump. that was good, though. >> i was practicing for three days. with my buddy chris. >> where is chris at? >> it doesn't matter where chris is at. >> he got me back. >> kevin, i think he did jump a little bitty think he was scared. >> he definitely jumped at me for sure. >> he was trying to keep his school. he was named sexiest man alive. he was trying to make it sound like i didn't scare them. >> bucket list. >> somebody who runs -- taking on the rock. that's gutsy. i like it. >> kevin good to see you this morning. >> have a great rest of your sunday. i love you guys. >> i love the rock. >> sexiest man alive. >> democrats are quick to slam incoming general jeff sessions.
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our next guest says they're missing a few thingts. judge alberto gonzalez served as attorney general under george bush. he's here to set the record straight. trump, the white house, why our next first lady may not be ready for a change of address just yet.
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school. new york city mayor mayor bill de blasio wants to pay security costs around trump tower. de blasio asking the feds and aka you, the taxpayers, to help foot the bill for the added overtime of hundreds of nypd officers. and queen elizabeth is set to invite president-elect trump and melania to the palace next summer. the queen plans to formally invite the pair as soon as he's sworn in as president. it would mark one of his foreign trips as president of the united states. ed? >> good to see you, pete. the trump transition is under way, not without a snag or two. the senator jeff sessions has a controversial past. will it be a rocky road or smooth sailing for his confirmation and the confirmation of other key picks? let's ask the man who knows. he has experience in the process. the former u.s. attorney general under president george w. bush. alberto gonzalez. we appreciate you joining us
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today. as somebody who worked with jeff sessions closely when you were attorney general. he served a long time on the judiciary committee. is this kind of criticism of him fair? >> well, listen, the confirmation process is intended to look at everything about someone's past. accomplishments and challenges and what i would say is i think the senate and the american people, quite frankly, need to look at the entire record of jeff sessions. not only what he may have said or may have done 30 years ago, but what he's done since then as state attorney general as a member of the judiciary committee to ensure that the civil rights laws that exist on the books today are applied evenly and fairly to people of all races. again, i think it's perfectly appropriate to look at everyone's record. we expect that when you're nominated to a key position like this. that everything is fair game to be looked at. let's look at the entire record. that's only fair for senator jeff sessions. >> to your point, the fact that a lot of democrats are leaving out, it was jeff sessions who
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helped desegregate the schools. you can bet republicans will talk about that. what about some of the racially charged comments he aldsly made decades ago. is that fair game as well? >> again, this was looked at before in connection with his confirmation as a federal judge. i suspect, yes, anything in your background is fair game. but i think it's very, very important that the entire record be evaluated. that's only fair for senator sessions, only fair for president-elect trump. listen, we just went through a divisive campaign. there were charges of racism during this campaign and i think in this kind of environment it is very important to make sure we have an attorney general that everyone feels comfortable and confident is going to apply the laws fairly, equally to individuals irrespective of their skin color, their last name or zip code. >> judge, i've got 30 seconds. you've said this transition feels different than 2000 when you were intimately involved.
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what's your advice to the president-elect? >> quite the contrary, i didn't say that it feels much different. what i said was, you know, in a transition there's always going to be stops and starts and names are floated and names are dismissed and so there's been a lot of discussion about this transition being in disarray. i just disagree. i think this is a transition. every transition is going to be a little bit different. you know, obviously, we had less time in 2000 because of the florida recount. i'm not worried about the transition. it's moving the way it should be moving forward and finding good people to serve the american people. >> judge alberto gonzalez. we appreciate you joining us this morning. have a good weekend. >> thank you. their son died an american hero in afghanistan. this family was booed on the way to receive his remains. the disgusting details next. you're not going to believe this story. it's been kept a secret for generations. but pete and his brother phil are going to reveal the hegseth
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new graphic, i was waiting for a turkey sound. we're putting a spin on the holiday tradition with fox and friendsgiving. we'll celebrate with delicious food and even better company. >> joining us now to share f favorite memories, pete and his younger brother phil. >> he came up from d.c., everybody loves thanksgiving out there. we go to minnesota where my parents are from and we're always at grandma's house.
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she passed away this past year. it will be a different thanksgiving but she was a wonderful woman who lived a wonderful life and known for one of her recipes is pink jell-o. >> when i walked over here, it looks not so appetizing but you might say it tastes absolutely amazing. >> it is amazing -- >> pink jell-o, a side dish or main course? >> main course. when you're a child -- >> i might have to try. it looks -- >> america knows about the adult table and kids table. this is a thanksgiving thing. >> it is good. >> phil, can you explain how you make the stuffing? a lot goes into it. you don't seem to know the details. >> never made stuffing in my whole life. i do enjoy it. the pink jell-o, i do know how to make. >> oh, yeah. >> very simple, just cool whip and jell-o out of the box. >> you know this ends with
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stuffing with pete. >> neither one of you have made stuffing before. >> you stir this -- >> good question. >> what you got? >> you pour this in here literally never made stuffing in my life. all i really care about is pink jell-o. >> celery and butter. >> this is online. and add these. >> okay. >> and we stir. >> what happens is for thanksgiving, you take yopink jell-o with a heaping portion and end up like that. you let it blend into your -- >> it's disgusting at all. amazing. >> it's a dessert, all of the above. >> phil, we brought you here to cook but we want to hear the stories about -- >> at thanksgiving, i mean there's a standard -- >> is he a typical older brother? >> mixed --
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>> a question. >> mixed review. >> under the bus. >> be honest now, in honor of your grandma's memory, did you ever spike the pink jell-o behind her back? >> no, there were never spikes. good idea, it stays the same and that will continue. >> we did with every american family did, great foods, lots of football. >> if the vikings are on, even better. >> on thanksgiving. >> good stuffing, it is not the right way to make stuffing -- >> this is not. >> it's tough to do. america, don't make the stuffing. enjoy the pink jell-o with your thanksgiving. >> we'll put it on website as well. >> thanks for being here. >> thank you so much for having me. >> that jell-o really is good. don't worry thanksgiving is safer now. the police in one town are changing the names of good friday and columbus day?
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>> we still have a monster show to get to, including incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus, joining us next hour.
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good morning, happy sunday to you, it is november 20th. another big day on tap for donald trump, the president-elect spending the weekend stacking his team and mending fences with one bitter rival, mitt romney. we'll live with the roles that could be filled as soon as today. >> and the president-elect slamming the cast of hamilton after this lecture to mike pence at the broadway show. >> we are the diverse america, your new administration will not protect us. >> the president-elect wants an apology and this morning we have new reaction from the cast member that started the
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controversy and new reaction from the incoming white house chief of staff joining us live. >> president obama may be playing nice now but he's got big plans to stop trump after the inauguration? what the current president plans to do may have some of you pretty heated this morning. i still have some turkey in my teeth, actually. >> and jell-o. >> and with your mom coming -- and all of you, good morning. ♪ >> that's a family right there. >> that is the huntsman clan, all of us in that photo. we were younger -- quite the personality. >> i think we'll have -- >> that's when my dad was running for president four years ago. it's crazy how things change, four years later who we are. that's all of the women in the
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huntsman family, two are in the makeup room getting all glamed up. we're going to cook up one of our favorite meals, turkey chili. >> your jell-o was great. >> no turkey chili though, right. >> stuffing is even better. >> mom is coming and got a potato recipe. >> nice. >> they are not pink potatoes or anything, i'll tell you more later. it's a secret. >> it's friendsgiving today and it's going to be good -- a lot of guests coming including reince priebus. >> and news coming today, president-elect donald trump spending the weekend stacking his team. >> among those marathon meetings mr. trump trying to mend fences with mitt romney. >> garrett is live with what roles could be filled today. good morning, garrett. >> reporter: good morning. two of the most high profile
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positions he has to fill are secretary of defense and secretary of state. after yesterday, he may be a lot closer to announcing both. mr. trump's meeting with former gop nominee mitt nrom knee is te meeting everyone was talking about. said to be one of the number of people under consideration to serve as secretary of state and meeting with mr. trump with easily the longest of the day. the one time political rivals met for nearly an hour and a half and we're told it was a wide ranging discussion. afterwards, as the two men shook hands for the cameras, mr. trump yelled that the meeting went great. romney didn't take questions but did say this about the meeting. >> we had a far-reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance. >> i appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect and look forward to the coming administration.
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>> mr. trump met with a number of outside advisers including a potential pick for secretary of education, my shell reed, the former chancellor of d.c. public schools and robert woodson and future visitor to the white house, todd ricketts, newly minted owner of chicago cubs. the senior transition officials tell us he is mattis is a strong candidate for secretary of defense. u.s. central command and oversaw all military operations in iraq and afghanistan until he retired in 2015. here's what mr. trump had to say about their meeting. >> all i can say, he is the real deal, a brilliant, wonderful man. what a career and we're going to see what happens. >> now after calling mattis a
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great man, mr. trump said there will likely be additional announcements today regarding the rest of the cabinet. take from that what you will. >> on the edge of our seats. seems like the meeting went well with general mattis. you called him mad dog mattis. >> the whole marine corps calls him mad dog mattis. a couple of straight shooters meeting. he wants people to tell it like it is and anybody's nickname is mad dog mattis and wants to untie hands of war fighters to go fight. they are sick of the political correctness and rules of engagement nonsense, we need to defeat our enemies. >> whether mitt romney will be secretary of state or some other big post or kind of a courtesy meeting. looking forward not just backward, we have a packed sunday schedule, you have chris christie coming in. i think that's interesting, he was pushed out of leading the transition. and i've been hearing from people inside the transition
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team, he may still get a big job. rudy giuliani, questions whether whether or not donald trump was upset he was promoting himself of the. even reaching out to him as well as a prominent african-american businessman, a lot of power in washington. it's smart for donald trump to be reaching out with people like mitt romney that he's war the with and military officials. >> that will be an interesting one. >> he's ahead of the curve of the mainstream media wants to go crazy about disarray, he's making these top picks before president obama did and other nominees did. >> said to media, calm down, even obama team was behind the trump schedule. that's saying something. >> and the media wasn't talking about it of the obsessed with
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with who he picks and when and how soon. >> something else they are ahead of the game on, also talking real policy, things they want to push through, a big one being obamacare and repealing that law. and chuck schumer will be the minority leader in the senate. he's saying it's the democrats that will be the headache there. >> absolutely. the quts new york post, the headline doesn't make sense but it is that they are going to stop, lock stop and barrel. >> shoe in as in schumer. obamawear will not be fully repe repealed. here's schumer on the sunday shows. >> we're ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with republicans working with soon to be president trump on issues where we agree. but we will go toe to toe against the president-elect whenever our values or the progress we've made is under assault. >> that was him in washington a couple of days ago. he's going to be on with chris
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wallace on fox news sunday. >> i will say the worst mistake president obama came into office eight years ago, shoving this law down people's throats and really passing it down just strictly a partisan line, not hearing from republicans and not hearing from people across the aisle how can we make this work and make this the best it can be? >> so you can read it kind of approach. >> mr. trump already made it clear he's going to handle this differently and get advice even from democrats -- >> president obama is signaling he might not be going off the stage. that's firing people up today. as a former president he's going to speak out. two things, one, certainly entitled to speak out but there's a vacuum at the top of the party and for a president to move aside for the time being, signals this morning, some news reports that president obama will speak out and go after donald trump in the days ahead and it also says where's the respect? >> good afternoon, everybody. >> he went to go paint.
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>> not to criticize barack obama. >> it was very intentional. i recognize what happened, we have a new president, but i want to set him up to succeed. intentionally not going to comment. a number of years before even vice president cheney commented about the political environment -- >> when he commented, he commented. >> he doesn't mince words. that's not going to contribute to the unity we want in the country. the former president is going after the new president then we will have continued division this is what we've had so much under obama. >> you get eight years to do what you're going to do and president bush did that, i've had my time, i'm going to go with my family and not going to talk to the media, do some painting. i think president obama is quite concerned about his legacy -- >> i think bush was a conservative legacy too? >> of course, but what trump is honing in on obamacare and immigration, two of the most important things for president obama. >> he'll want to lobby to keep them alive.
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>> but barack obama undid the iraq war victory that george bush had. it's the same exact thing. it's obama going to stick around and do that -- >> we're talking about all of this with reince priebus. >> staying in washington, d.c., knocking down the white house door, i'm still here. we have other headlines to get to, starting with extreme weather warning, heavy snow and strong winds battering the northeast after a deadly blizzard dumped more than a foot of snow in the midwest. winds gusting 50 to 70 miles per hour, creating dangerous white house conditions. responding to hundreds of crashes and spenouts and drivers get pelted by snow and slush. icy roads to blame for three deaths. president obama entering the final days of last foreign trip, meeting with leaders in le s li telling everyone to chill out. >> don't just assume the worst.
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wait until the administration is in place and it's actually putting its policies together then you can make your judgments. >> president obama will be back in washington, d.c. tomorrow. >> a blatant disrespect for our military. the gold star family of john perry of california booed by passengers on board a united airlines flight while they were on the way to bring home his remains. the pilot ordered passengers to stay seated after landing to make sure they made their connecting flight. he was one of four killed when he stopped a homicide attacker sort of his target at bagram last saturday, likely saving hundreds of soldiers lives. >> attacking the holidays like something out of a sitcom, watch this. >> when george was growing up -- >> it's a stupid holiday my father invented. >> happy festivus, georgely.
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>> i miss that show, so good. city officials renaming two of paid holidays to be more cultural sensitive. columbus day they are calling fall holiday and good friday they are getting really creative, calling it spring holiday. >> i like that stamp over the solemn picture. >> well done on the graphics. >> airing of grievances and fetes of strength. >> political correctness gone insane. >> area of grievances continues after the election. will mitt romney be in the mix for secretary of state? what about rudy giuliani? chris wallace sits down with vice president elect mike pence. >> and disgraced dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz says if i was trying to rig the primary, trust me, i could have.
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mattis, mitt romney trying to mend fences and still tweeting about hamilton and all of that. you see these two donald trump's competing. >> i think we'll see this frankly throughout his presidency because they are both party of donald trump. there is the serious and i suspect newly sobered donald trump with the responsibilities of being the president-elect. on the other hand, there is the personality of donald trump and i found 70-year-old billionaires don't change their personality. so if he wants to tweet, he's going to tweet. and it may cause a couple of his advisers to smack their heads. >> do you think the mitt romney meeting was about mending fences or do you think he has a legit shot of being secretary of state? >> i spoke to someone close to the transition that said the meeting went better than expected and romney met with president-elect and trump staff
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for about an hour and the two men met alone for about 20 to 30 minutes. that it went better than expected and that he is a contender to be secretary of state although they say that rudy giuliani is still the front-runner. >> what do you make of the coverage of this process? mainstream media talked about disarray and he's working through the weekend and through candidates. you've followed these transit n transitions before. >> i think it's gone fine and in fact he's way ahead of schedule of prior incoming presidents, the "new york times" just can't seem to get over the fact that donald trump is the new president of the united states. you're exactly right on wednesday, wednesday they had a headline saying that he was the the transition was in disarray. and the fact was that was a week and a day after the election. by friday he had named his attorney general, his national
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security adviser and cia chief and all of this way ahead of the schedule of barack obama or ronald reagan or a number of other incoming presidents. >> i think the best thing i heard you say, if you're a 70-year-old billionaire, you're probably not going to change your ways. we had you on last week and you were talking about who mr. trump ends up picking for the cabinet. give us a good sense of the direction he wants to take the country now that we know three, what does that tell you about the direction we're going in? >> from those, we don't know the secretary of defense is going to be although i'm told that james mattis, the retired marine general is a likely choice. we don't know who secretary of state is going to be but from those three you just mentioned, he is sticking to what he campaigned on. these are hard line people, very hard line when it comes to radical islamic terrorism, a good deal more open-minded,
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particularly flynn when it comes to russia and trying to get along with them. i would say he's very much keeping faith with what he campaigned on in terms of his foreign policy. >> we have 30 seconds. give us a quick preview of fox news sunday, you have two important leaders on the democratic side as well as the vice president elect. >> we're going to be talking first of all in the first interview -- didn't realize that until this morning since the election with vice president elect mike pence, we'll talk about the transition and a lot of issues coming up. we'll also talk -- and first time he responded to mike pence's callout from the cast of hamilton and then -- >> yeah, that will be interesting and chuck schumer who is going to be the new senate democratic leader. we talked to him on friday and he is talking about working with trump, not just fighting -- >> we'll be there to watch. >> good to see you this morning. >> awesome lineup. >> don't go away, we are talking with the upcoming chief of
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staff, reince priebus. >> and president-elect dond ald trump rushing to the defense of mike pence. did the cast owe him an apology? a debate you won't see anywhere else next.
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good morning, quick headlines, calls at ground zero is growing. the 9/11 memorial and museum losing $25 million in the first full overof operation. the private non-profit foundation finding itself in the red as government grants used to build the museum run low. hillary clinton keeps losing. now it's the clinton foundation taking a hit, seeing charity donations nose dive, even before
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she lost the race. the foundation has been racked with accusations of pay to play. both president-elect donald trump and republicans in congress vowing to investigate the foundation further which is not going to help with donations. >> i didn't send my donation this year either. vp elect mike pence goes to see the hit broadway musical "hamilton" and gets a liberal lecture instead. >> we have a message, we hope you hear us out. we are the diverse america, alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. >> president-elect trump coming to the defense of his vp tweeting, our wonderful future vp mike pence was harassed last night at the theater by the cast of hamilton, cameras blazing, this should not happen. the cast and producers of "hamilton", which i hear is highly overrated should apologize to mike pence for the terrible behavior.
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do they owe mr. pence an apology? thank you for joining us this morning. >> good to be here. >> reverend, should they apologize? >> no, they are americans who are exercised their right to free speech, number one. number two, it's the most successful play in history of broadway and if anyone should apologize, i do believe it would be the audience. they did boo -- i thought they were disrespectful. >> what do you think? >> i'm confused they are both american -- group of american citizens why should the audience apologize and players not? it's rude. i was raised better than this. you don't do that. they didn't do it to bernie sanders or hillary clinton or president obama when he went. imagine if they had done with with president obama. here's the irony, the federalists party, alexander hamilton, under the act pushed by alexander hamilton, they would have actually been charged as 14 republicans were,
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including newspaper man and congressional candidate won the seat in jail and punished. the irony is not lost. as far as boycott hamilton and all of that, i would go to jeffrey seller, the producer of the play who said both republicans and democrats are welcome and hold him to that, jeffrey, i'm talking to you. would you invite governor pence back or now president-vice president elect president and have him come to the play again and see how they act. >> the facts are this week it's "hamilton." before it was "saturday night live" we're trying to form a government and americans are interested in the government being formed. for 18 months we heard divisive and hateful rhetoric. you didn't think people would forget that. this is new york and in new york people express themselves. >> president-elect trump and vice president elect pence have gone out of the way to say we
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want a government of all the people. >> in the real world people are being harassed -- >> where's the evidence of that? >> the evidence is at the justice department, that hate incidents have gone up across -- >> call the new york city police department. >> according to statistics have gone down. >> not since the election. those statistics haven't been -- since the election. >> those statistics are not available yet. you can't say they've gone up. you don't have the facts. here's where we are, we have a divided electorate and election come out with more blacks and hispanics voting for trump than they did in the romney election which was significant. we see a change in the dynamic and environment from blacks and incomes have gone down and opportunity may face them. but they come out on stage and talk about are you going to defend the planets -- who are
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they not going to defend? it's self-interested actors who have a right to speak but yet are doing a segment on a president who would not have let them speak under the act. >> we have to leave it right there. thank you very much. >> the conversation will continue. >> yes, it will. >> it is a packed schedule for president-elect donald trump as he builds his cabinet. plus, it takes senior housing to a whole new level. the brand-new program that could pair college students with their grandma. you heard that right. it's a huntsman family favorite after the break, abby, there they are right there. i can see them, you can see them, abby and her sisters share their famous turkey chili recipe. celebrating friends giving all morning long.
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>> our nation, torn, broken. you could move to canada but you love your country. what can a person like you do? >> what if there was a place where the unthinkable didn't happen and life could continue for progressive americans just as before? >> now there is. welcome to the bubble.
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january 2017 the bubble is a planned community of like minded free thinkers and no one else. it's like the election never happened. >> who knows what the hell is happening outside in their america the bubble will be a fully functioning city state. >> with things like hybrid cars and used book stores and small farms with the rawest milk you've ever tasted. we stream lined our high speed internet with only the good sites like daily cope, netflix documentaries and explosive comedy of mcsweeney. >> the bubble is a diverse community and saves space for everyone. >> planning is under way to give you everything you need. >> except police or firemen because we haven't found any who agreed to live here. >> it's their america now. we'll be fine right here in the bubble. >> did you catch that socialist bernie sanders picture was on the money? >> so many little details. >> donald trump has tweeted -- i
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watched parts of "snl" last night, it is a totally one sided bias show, nothing funny at all, equal time for us question mark. you've got both trump, meeting with mitt romney and doing serious stuff and he'll push back at the "new york times" -- >> you're 70 years old and you're a billionaire. >> that was spot-on. >> that was funny. >> we have the huntsman girls here -- >> give us some headlines. >> leader of isis is cowering inside tunnels with bombs as iraqi forces make new gains. an inside source revealing that baghdadi is so paranoid that he refuses to sleep without wearing a suicide vest so he can set it off if captured. >> the former dnc chair saying
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she did not rig the primaries but she could have if she wanted to. >> i will be frank with you, that if i was trying to rig the outcome of this primary, trust me, i could have, there are so many things that we -- not i, we could have done to enhance the campaign of one candidate over another. >> meanwhile, bernie sanders who was on the losing end of the rigging making news insisting he'll remain an independent. this despite his new role as chair of outreach for yes, the democrats and their shrinking minority in the senate. i'm confused because he was in the democratic debates and now he says i'm not a democrat. seniors at nyu will be rooming with senior citizens. university housing can cost students $14,000 a year in new york. under a new program, pairing students and low income seniors they can see that cost cut in half and seniors making a few extra dollars for having college students as roommates and the
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initial program is set to begin with ten what they call mature students. i'm not sure how seniors will feel about the keggers. those are the head leans. >> does that exist? >> i don't know. yes, apparently, we'll see. i'm not a mature senior yet. >> putting a spin on a holiday tradition with our very own fox and friendsgiving and what better way than with friends an family. >> here to join abby, her sisters. >> i love my sisters so much. we're making our family famous turkey chili. >> it's the best. it was something we made for all a lot the debates during the 2012 election, it was a little emotional and crazy, would rather stay home and cook this infamous tur chili. >> it can be an emotional roller coaster. >> and your father was running.
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>> he was running four years ago. we watched the debates, let's make turkey chili. you know, something we made for years and years. >> it's been a staple. abby and i live d in china and something we always craved. >> in china we -- >> don't eat the turkey in china -- >> it would be just a comfort when we were there. >> whose recipe is it? >> i think it's just been in the family -- >> it's kind of like switched it around over the years. >> usually start with betty crocker's recipe and move on. >> exactly. >> pour this in a bowl. you start by of course the onions and peppers with olive oil and put in cuminand or reg no and turkey and you can do different flavors, turkey during
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thanksgiving is wonderful. >> what is it like with seven kids, such a big family on thanksgiving? >> it is literal -- >> we've got three dogs and liddy has a baby now. >> one thing that remained, my dad makes his famous cranberry sauce. when he's making it, you cannot get near him. >> it takes up the entire shelf, his cranberry sauce and you only eat like -- >> a little bit. >> i'm wondering, everyone is talking about political debates after the election results and lingering discussions at the thanksgiving table at the huntsman family, who ends up winning these political debates? does anyone else get to talk or -- >> it's really funny, my husband is a huge talker, when he gets around my family, he doesn't say a word. >> why are you so quiet? >> being around you guys, you can't get a word in. >> it's a lot. my brothers are in the navy,
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they have their opinions and you have abby with hers -- >> never, never. >> and you get a word in? >> no, i'm not really allowed to talk anymore at family dinners i'm the middle child. >> and she's the little politically correct. everything she says is accurate but things people aren't willing to say at the table. >> you always need someone like that. >> glad at the dinner table and not somewhere else. >> five of you are out of the house, there's two younger sisters in the house. how often do all seven kids --? >> not very often. >> we try as much as we can. >> it's hard because my brothers are both in the navy. we try at least once or twice a year, we all randomly get together. >> when you do you make turkey chili. >> and sour cream cheese -- and tortilla chips. >> thanks for staying. >> look at these guys, gals, sorry. president-elect donald trump ready to make more appointments to his cabinet.
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reince priebus is next with what to expect. and no, your eyes are not playing tricks on -- there she is. talking about her brand-new children's book which is awesome. >> and number one on amazon. >> best seller.
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president-elect donald trump meeting with mitt romney for nearly 90 minutes yesterday. >> today's schedule packed with more high profile cabinet potentials as more announcements may be on the way today. >> let's ask the republican national committee chairman and brand-new white house chief of staff, reince priebus. congratulations, first chance we had to talk about it.
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let's get right down to business, secretary of state is a pivotal job and early speculation centered on rudy giuliani and chris wallace reporting this morning he spoke to a transition official who says the mitt romney meeting went better than expected yesterday and he is seriously in contention here. "the new york times" reporting that he was maybe promoting himself too much for secretary of state and that might have hurt his chances. can you clear this up for us? >> first of all it's an honor to work with president elect trump and if you look and i'm answering the question even though you may think i'm not. it all fits together. we have a president-elect who started out this last wednesday morning talking about bringing all americans tonight. no matter who you are and what your background or race or ethnicity, he wants you to be proud of the work we're going to do but also wants people to understand that he's for everybody.
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what you're seeing over the course of the last several days is everyone coming together in our party. you saw ted cruz come in and mitt romney come -- seeing all sorts of folks from the most incredible backgrounds and generals and innovators and women, all races. so what i think people should take from this initially is number one, we have someone that is actually speaking to america saying i'm your president, no matter who you are, whether we fought in the president, whether we were friends in the past. we are going to work together and move america forward. as far as the mitt romney meeting went, it was personal and gracious and substantive discussion all over the map from politics to foreign policy. it was a good meeting but i'll also tell you that rudy giuliani is in the mix as well. that's what you should take, talking to the best and brighter across the country. >> you might have been right the first time when you said you
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weren't answering my question. i'm saying that politely -- but was the president-elect upset that rudy giuliani appeared to be promoting himself for secretary of state or can you deny that? >> i can deny that. i'm here 15 hours a day -- not at all. rudy has been a great supporter and incredible man and an american hero. and international star. so that's not true. it's a matter of making sure the right decisions are being made. >> reince, we're upset we didn't get asked to host fox and friends at the golf course. it's like one of the most beautiful places i've ever seen. >> it is incredible. unbelievable place. >> one of the other big names he's meeting with today, governor chris christie, help us understand what has been going on as much as you can behind the scenes and he was a big player throughout the entire campaign and leading the transition team and now moved aside.
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and talk about a potential cabinet position and what's going on there, is he being looked at for something? >> well, sure, he's a good friend and he's also a great governor and he's been loyal and he's incredibly smart and gifted and talented. so why wouldn't we bring him in and he's been part of the team. so i think obviously, that speaks for itself. and as far as being pushed aside. that's not the case. the reality is, vice president-elect pence is playing a lead role in the transition. he'll play a lead role on capitol hill. everybody loves him in the house and senate. it was only natural for him to lead the process moving forward and chris christie did a great job getting us to this place and still involved and you notice obviously that he's coming in today. >> mr. chairman, a big position open, we see meetings on it yesterday, secretary of defense and general mattis walk out with the president-elect. who's the front runner in that position? >> well, i can't tell you who
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the front-runner is but can tell you that we've been very impressed with the folks we've spoken to. tom cotton has come in and others, jack keen and general mattis, another person who brings all americans together, you look at general mad dog mattis and say to yourself, holy smokes, this guy is a leader. one thing that president-elect trump loves are winners and leaders and certainly general mattis is that all in one. >> what do you think about the report suggesting that president obama has been reaching out to the president-elect and saying let's make this as smooth as possible but now there's a report saying after the election he's going to take the gloves off and ready to stay on the stage and attack president-elect trump? >> yeah, that's not consistent with what we're seeing from president obama. he has been gracious. and so has president-elect trump, another indication for
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all americans that we have a president-elect that is reaching out across the aisle. they've been having good conversations and they've been all positive. so that's not consistent with what we've been dealing with in regards -- >> do you think the president-elect will fire back if president obama is going to break with tradition andth geor president elect ready to fire back? >> we'll wait and see what happens but i don't think president-elect trump will change who he is. he's not going to sit here and take punches but the truth is that's again, it's not what we're feeling and not what we're seeing from the white house and from dennis mcdone noug and president obama. and so far people should be encouraged. >> big announcement today, any hints there? >> we're not sure. we'll wait and see but certainly everyone should see how hard we're working and bringing people in. it's going to be -- there's going to be more people in and out of here today than there were yesterday and that's good sign for americans. >> thanks for making time for us
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welcome, you know her and love her, now our colleague is adding best selling author to her amazing list of ago plishment. >> it's called "take heart my child". >> you don't have to adjust your tv screen. it's not monday morning when she's normally here. >> i'm with the "a" team today. doing such a great job. your sisters are precious. >> good for them to be here. con grats, number one on amazon.
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>> it's incredible. >> it's not me, it's the fox team, you wrote a book and how amazing our staff is and our producers and bosses for letting me talk about it and share my dad's messages with the world. my dad left a little note to the bowl with a saying or scripture or passage. >> pretty much every morning and some of those messages i put in the book. it's not verbatim what he said, it's a leer cal lull la buy. but i'll read you some of them. this one says may you take the high road, though the road may be long, pledge to follow your heart so your heart will grow strong because dad said be righteous, do the right thing and take the high road. may you strive to be happy, change your course if you're not. this is not a dress rehearsal, you only have one. embrace the world's colors, colors others forgot. be friends with the people that might not have a lot of friends. don't be scared to go to the
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lunch table and sit with kids by himself. embrace the world's colors and people not exactly like you. >> that reminds me of the florida state football play are a few weeks back who went with the kid all alone. >> and that kid became so popular. >> i met your dad off camera and he's so proud of you. what do you think as we head into thanksgiving, the overall message? >> i think the message is take heart my child, everything is going to be okay. when you're in a valley, the mountain is right around the corner and you can look on that mountain and stand on that mountain and look down in the valley and see i made it here and now understand why god put me through the dark spot. >> and read your own book to her though? >> it's surreal, it's not me. i can't take credit for it. it's fox, our amazing viewers and everyone buying the book and god, the great lord above. >> sounds your dad is the author, he put it by the cereal
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bowl. >> wearing their pin right now. >> thank you so much. >> more books on the way. >> you'll get your book next week. >> you can guess who --
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start the hair, skin & nails challenge today and notice a difference or your money back. nature's bounty. >> good morning, happy sunday, it is november 20th. another big day on tap for donald trump, the president-elect stacking his team and mending fences with once bitter rival mitt romney. we're live from washington with the roles that could be filled as soon as today. >> and federal judge has a message. >> and he will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> so for a new batch of legal immigrants, if you don't like the president-elect, leave. one federal judge is dropping
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the gavel on future u.s. citizens with that message of the -- >> we heard that message, you know, leave, after vice president-elect got a lecture from cast of "hamilton." i had a conversation with some of the showgoers. >> it is brotherhood and loving and i don't believe pence feels that way. >> do you think mike pence is a racist? >> i guess he probably is but i can't call him that right now. >> you just did. >> we try. and trump tweeting about the liberal lecture again this morning. get up, we're up, it's the fourth hour and we're having fun and glad you're here. mornings are better with friends. ♪ >> i think i see the henry family there. >> there's my wife and there and
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the kids but my mom will be here. that's a friendsgiving -- >> that's a great photo. >> my sister sent that in. >> it's not -- it doesn't look good? >> i love a good jean shirt. >> have to wear the glasses too. >> it is friendsgiving today and we had some of our family -- [ turkey gobble ] >> we're going to keep it short. president elect donald trump spending the weekend stacking his cabinet, looking outside his inn inn inn inner circle to fill the jobs. >> meeting one with his bitter rival mitt romney. >> here's more on how they may be mending fences. good morning, garrett. >> reporter: good morning, still
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might be a bit of a stretch to say mitt romney and president-elect trump have shifted from the enemy phase to a frenemies relationship but the two men met for an hour and a half at trump national golf course. and president-elect trump is said to be considering romney as potential secretary of state. we're told it was a wide ranging discussion touching on global politics and u.s. role in the world. after their meeting as the two men shook hands for the cameras, mr. trump yesterday that the meeting went great. on his way out, mitt romney doesn't answer questions but did describe the meeting like this. >> we had a far reaching conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real significance. i appreciate the chance to speak with the president-elect and look forward to the coming
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administration. >> and as you mentioned, mr. trump had a number of meetings yesterday with outside advisers and potential cabinet picks, including michelle reed, mentioned as a potential pick for education secretary and also met with robert woodson who works on anti-poverty programs and todd ricketts and james mattis, who senior transition officials tell us is a very strong candidate. commander of u.s. central command and oversaw all military operations in iraq and afghanistan until he retired in 2013. after their meeting trump was clearly impressed with mattis. >> we think he's a great guy. he's some great man. we have some things tomorrow i think.
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>> in case you didn't catch that at the end. mr. trump said there will likely be additional announcements regarding his cabinet sometime later today. stay tuned. >> still waiting. we're just getting more information, donald trump just tweeted this about general mattis, general james maddog mattis being considered secretary of defense was very impressive yesterday. truly a general's general. >> i can say this, i don't speak of behalf of all veterans but to a soldier and marine, they love mad dog mattis. i'm also giddy about the prospect of someone like them because he wants to win wars and not be politically correct. >> i want to see what the happy dance looks like. >> it's a private happy dance. >> may see it on broadway another pete on street. jack keen, we see him a lot on this program, he did an interview with npr, that the
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general who met with the president-elect a couple of days ago and took himself out of the running, it's clear donald trump was considering him for a post and donald trump said if not you then who? and jack keen says he recommend general mattis or general petraeus, those are two interesting possible picks and that adds to momentum for mattis. >> takes his advice very seriously. we had the next chief of staff reince priebus on a few minutes and we asked him because he's there at the golf course, the secretary of state and how today he's meeting with giuliani and yesterday mitt romney. could they both be up for the job? here's what he said. >> we have someone that is actually speaking to america saying i'm your president, no matter who you are, whether we fought in the past or friends in the past, we are going to work together and move america forward. as far as the mitt romney
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meeting goes, it went very well. i can tell you it was personable and substantive discussion all over the map from politics to foreign policy. it was a good meeting but i'll also tell you that rudy giuliani is in the mix as well. that's what you should take from it. doing the right thing by talking to the best and brightest across the country. >> so there you go. he didn't want to give an inch though, he is the front-runner but clear that giuliani and romney serious contenders for secretary of state. >> they said time and time again, the only one making this decision is donald trump, the president of united states will choose the people he thinks will further the agenda he believes in and narrowing in the choices. >> chuck schumer will be on fox news sundays and donald trump tweeting i've had always a good relationship with chuck schumer and has the ability to get things done. i think there are a lot of people that expect donald trump
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is principled but a deal maker and look to capitol hill to make things happen. >> he's been tweeting all morning, that's the mr. trump that ran for president and you see he's still staying similar to who he was. we talk about obamacare, as we were talking earlier, what perfect obama got wrong was not getting advice on how to get it right, he went straight down the partisan vote when he got into office. it's clear with wanted to work with democrats on the issues as important as obama care. >> there's a report that president obama after leaving office is already planning maybe to overshadow chuck schumer by staying in the arena, staying within the fray, even though george w. bush left the stage. we asked reince priebus about that notion. here's what he said. >> that's not consistent with what we're seeing from president obama. he has been gracious and so has
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president-elect trump, another indication for all americans that we have a president-elect that is reaching out across the aisle. they've been having good conversations and they've been all positive. that's not consistent with what we've been dealing with in regard to president obama. >> talking about positive conversations, different message from hamilton the other night. >> it's all about consistent with history by the way. george w. bush said we have a new president -- >> i want to paint with my family. >> if you have been living under a rock you have not heard about the fact that at "hamilton", an actor went out and gave a political sermon to mike pence and the crowd. >> and now there are calls to boycott the show and conversation whether it should have been happened or not and donald trump tweeting this, the cast and producers of hamilton, which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence for their terrible
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behavior. he's calling for an apology. >> after yesterday responding to mr. trump's tweet, we were just having a conversation, which usually a conversation are two sides, saying how they feel. nowhere in there was vice president elect mike pence even speaking. he handled it beautifully. trying to enjoy a friday night out and got booed by many in the audience, he left with a smile in his face. >> we want to have a conversation -- pete out on street. >> i hit the lines yesterday to get a sense for what theatergoers thought. here we go. when you go to performance like this are you inspecting a political speech or do you want a performance? >> i just wanted a performance and step away from politics. >> when you come to a show that's diametrically opposed of what you believe, i think it's disingenuous when they have that
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platform. >> the whole theme of the show is brotherhood and loving and i don't believe pence feels that way. >> you think mike pence is a racist? >> i don't know. >> i guess he probably is a racist but i can't call him that right now. >> you just did. you think trump and pence won't be president for all people? >> he said he will be and he'll be put to the test. that's what the cast was saying at the end of the show last night. >> i did not vote for him or support him but he's going to be my president and i wish him well. >> when hillary clinton came she was brought back stage and whole cast was hugging her. why didn't the future vice president get hugged back stage? >> everybody has an opinion so if their opinion doesn't agree with them, they don't get the same treatment but that's okay. >> do you think people coming to an event like this are looking for a political sermon? >> i donno, it was a sentence - >> i think they were
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disrespectful to the vice president. >> do you think that's a deference or respect should be given to someone of that office? >> i think it wasn't fair to do that. he was trying to see the play. didn't want them to give political opinions. >> donald trump asked for an apology, do you think the cast should apologize? >> no, i think their message was respectful and it was the audience who was a little disrespectful. >> it was wrong for president-elect trump to call that harassment. >> you think he was wrong. do you think it's good for the vice president to come to a musical performance and then get lectured politically? >> i don't think it was a lecture, people were afraid right now, that's all. >> i asked him, went on, what is everyone afraid of? he cited all of the hate crimes across the country and he couldn't -- >> i love it was a 17-year-old, no, that was wrong. that's a smart 17-year-old by the way. >> making faces during that interview. what do you have to say? wrong, disrespectful. >> i've been to this play, it's a good production and music is fabulous. it is an expensive play to go
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to. i got on discount. if you're paying that much, is that what you want to hear? >> probably not. >> maybe tickets will be cheaper now. >> we'll work on it. he's in line to be america's next attorney general but the media is labeling alabama senator jeff sessions a racist. >> he is a fringe choice. >> he has been dogged with decades old allegations of racism. >> there's fundamental concerns among democrats about jeff sessions -- >> media buzz host howard curtz joins us now. >> there he is on deck. >> and trump tower trumps the white house. why our next first lady may not be ready for a change of address. she may have a new york state of mind. ♪
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he is a fringe choice. >> there are fundamental concerns among democrats about jeff sessions. >> that's how the mainstream media is portraying president-elect trump's picks. what about accomplishments on civil rights. howard, good morning, we appreciate you joining us today. what i love about having you on, you bring no bias or bull or politics. let's stick with the facts. you as a young reporter, just a cub reporter as i recall in the 1980s, i think with the "washington post." >> i was a child. >> you're still only 30 or 40. >> the point is you covered the senate debate over then nominee for ronald reagan for federal judgeship jeff sessions he made controversial racially charged comments and that nomination was blocked. give me the actual facts about
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what happened? >> what happened is in most cases jeff sessions as a young prosecutor in mobile, alabama, admitted in the confirmation process that he had said things like calling the naacp and aclu un-american and communist and made a joke about the kkk. and there were other things he said where he said it was a disgrace for a white lawyer to be representing black clients. it was enough to derail his judgment. i knew 99% of the country had forgotten about this, but if he was nominated as he has been for attorney general, the media would immediately go there. >> those are the facts. then luis gutierrez from illinois had this to say about the nomination, quote, if you have nostalgia for the days when black kept quiet and gays were in the close et and immigrants were invisible and women were in
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the kitchen, jeff beauregard sessions is your man. >> i think -- i'm not sure everyone in the media is going there. it's fair to bring up what happened but that was 30 years ago and since then has a record in the senate. i think it's part of an effort by those who lost election to paint this as a scary guy. clearly, jeff sessions, the reason that president-elect trump picked him, he would have a different priority in running the justice department from the obama administration. that's why we have elections, it's fair to go back into the time machine and at the same time we have to look at the toe talty of his career or career of any nominee. >> the balance in part is as attorney general in the state of alabama, he did help desegregate the schools. quickly breaking this morning, vice president elect pence was just on with chris wallace and he noted that jeff sessions prosecuted the kkk in his home
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state and said i'm very confident sessions will be the next attorney general. you can react to that but i want to mention today on media buzz, you have kellyanne conway, how are they feeling during the transition and what might be tough nomination battles? >> the trump campaign or transition team feels that they are putting in people who agree with president-elect trump's philosophy and reaching out to people like mitt romney who trashed this guy. jeff sessions is going to be confirmed but there's been a lot of hand wringing in the media, how he'll change priorities, you wouldn't expect the new president of the united states to pick somebody with a different philosophy. >> you're right. i know "new york times" saying he picked a lot of loyalists. see you on media buzz. >> bill de blasio is okay paying for security for illegal immigrants but the next president of the united states not so much. does america have a lack of respect for our patriots, a
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back with quick headlines, trump tower trumps the white house. quts new york post reporting future first lady and her son barron will stay at the new york city penthouse so 10-year-old barron can keep attending his private school here. they may make the move after the school year ends. >> new york city mayor bill de blasio wants help paying security costs around trump tower. he's asking the feds to help foot the overtime bill for nypd officers. >> queen elizabeth is set to
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invite president-elect trump and melania, once mr. trump is sworn into office. >> over to you. >> well, a gold star family somehow booed on a plane by first class passengers while they were getting special treatment. this as the vice president elect is booed and lectured on broadway. why are so many -- why are we seeing so many patriots unfortunately being disrespected? why answer that question. joining me now, retired captain and air force officer, thank you all for join us. we were all thumb's up on james mattis. >> absolutely. >> had to get that one out there. >> he got veteran panel confirmation right here. this is surprising to a lot of people, why would we see this kind of reaction on a plane? >> unfortunately, i think you know, i'm going to give the benefit of the doubt.
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there are some elites in first class who showed they have no class. but if they didn't understand what it means to be a gold star family, then sit there and be quiet. don't show your ignorance by booing the family as they are leaving to pick up the remains to bring home remains of their loved one. >> it almost strikes me as a mistake, that they didn't understand, right? >> there's some confusion over the announcement, my only thought is they didn't hear or understand what a gold star family is. >> it's terrible and i think it probably was some type of confusion, i don't know if you can find a silver lining when a young man, a husband and son and father loses his life. one positive that can be taken from this situation, he was incredible, stopped a suicide bomber who may have taken out a few dozen soldiers. >> potentially saving lives of hundreds and we forget that here in this beautiful studio in
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manhattan, men and women doing that job to keep us safe. another safe place is the hamilton play, mike pence went in to enjoy an evening with his family and greeted with a legt tour. do you think that is what he and america wants to hear? >> absolutely not. i'm of hispanic heritage, the cast of hamilton does not speak for me. the actor was reading off of a card and i doubt he could do so this insult con tell rainously. with that being said -- this is an attempt at the veiled insult. >> and as the vice president came in there were boos and you get this lecture. people keep looking for when they go to a play. >> not necessarily, but that was a display of a group of people
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exercising their first amendment rights and i think there's a lot of people who are unsure about the incoming administration and it makes sense they stood up and compared to the wau other people expressed displeasure, it was measured and the theater being a safe and secure place, if you're elected, you have given up your privacy and open up to evaluation at all times and they better get comfortable being uncop fortable. >> why is it -- there's an implied sense -- somehow the trump -- peppered -- he's talking about demographic diversity but there's also diversity of thought and opinion. and the entire production of hamilton was extremely toll rant of a different set of opinions. how would you like to be a
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family taking a one trip only to new york and you're sitting there and indirectly hurt. katie is right, mike pence is the vice president and has thick skin. if you're someone who voted and you're insulted, that's really offensive. >> and you know, some feel like president obama has stoked this by saying let's voice these issues when he's talking about the riots. people are standing in their platform to do that -- this is what donald trump had to say, cast and producers of hamilton, which i hear is highly overrated -- little bit of theater critic there -- should apologize to mike pence to behavior. >> no, i think it was purposeful and an attempt at a veiled insult and we're here to call him out on it. >> i think we would all agree, it's men like that sergeant who gave his life in afghanistan who give us the right and opportunity to speak our mind. >> absolutely. >> thank you all for being here this morning. >> a federal judge offers a nice
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warm welcome to the latest batch of legal immigrants. >> and he will be your president. and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> i've seen that clip five times and smile every time. >> loyalty or leave. details next. and nobody loves thanksgiving turkey more than the teenage ed henry. that is an awesome shirt. he's here with his mom whipping up a henry favorite. welcome. [ turkey gobble ]
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a federal judge in texas has a strong message. he says they should respect the new president, take a listen. >> i can assure you whether you voted for him or did not vote for him, if you're a citizen of the united states, he is your president. and he will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> discussing this all morning.
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>> you need to go -- >> you need to. >> and i've been chatting it up with abby as well. e-mails have been pouring in and ryan writes on twitter won't be well received but the rest of us have things to do, don't disrupt up because you're sad. >> as immigrants ourselves, we need to respect that. >> what do you think of the judge's loyalty or leave message, let us know on twitter or facebook. this is an interesting one. i think i forgot the constitution -- >> not like you could leave, we have freedom of choice. >> so many people said they promised that they are going to leave this country if mr. trump ends up winning, they did win. >> there are a lot of perks to being a u.s. citizenship, citizenship is an intentional
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act. >> we want to hear what you think about that. we have other headlines starting with this one. two juveniles suspected of killing a congressman's grandson are in custody. javin wilson was shot in the head after two people forced their way into his chicago home. bullets were flying after an argument over sneakers. illinois representative danny davis addressing gun violence that plagued the city but just turned personal saying there needs to be a change in our culture. >> and a startling admission from debbie wasserman schultz, the former dnc chair saying she didn't rig the primary but could have if she wanted to. you can't make this up. >> i will be frank with you, if i was trying to rig the outcome of this primary, trust me, i could have -- there are so many things that we, not i, we could have done to enhance the campaign of one candidate over another. >> what? i'm so confused about that.
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>> bernie sander also making news saying he'll remain an independent despite his new role of the chair of outreach in the democrat -- >> basically, a democrat. >> we'll let you chew on that. costs are ground zero but the inflow of cash is not keeping up the 9/11 museum losing $35 million in first full year of operation. 22.2 million spent on salaries and benefits and mostly due to staff increasing. the private non-profit blaming the deficit on government grants that are running low. here's a story for you, attacking the holidays like something out of a sitcom. >> happy festivus -- >> when george was growing up. >> it's a stupid holiday my father invented. >> happy festivus, george gi. >> i miss sign fell.
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renaming two holidays to be culturely sensitive, columbus day, fall holiday and black friday not calling it -- >> what are they going to call -- >> another spring holiday. >> spring holiday 2.0. >> i say we do fest ivus on this show. >> all of the good holidays are coming. these folks have been waiting for an hour out here and you see it's cold. >> it's very cold. >> she's right, it's cold, take a look at the maps. let me show you what's going on. it's going to remain cold across northern plains. this is your wednesday forecast, big travel day obviously for the most part not that bad but we'll have rain across the ohio valley across parts of the deep south and little bit of snow across parts of wisconsin and up of michigan. right now, this is why it's cold, the cold front has moved through and temps have really
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dropped and it is windy, it's going to be a windy day, a little raw out there and more snow flying across parts of the northeast. back to you in the nice warm cozy studio. >> we're going to stay warm and cozy -- >> we're celebrating fox and friendsgiving all morning long with holiday memories and delicious food. >> to help celebrate i brought my mom to share a special family recipe. >> good morning. >> how is everybody? >> doing well. you think you're going to tell something like that story. >> probably. >> these are german potato dumplings and family recipe. >> my great grandmother was from hung gri and austria, they are a little different than the german recipe and passed down. actually, to have good potatoes.
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>> quality potatoes. >> and you need to leave the skin on when you boil them, it leaves the flavor better into the potato. >> that's a good point. always seen them boiled without. >> when you check out potatoes, a lot of them smell musty -- >> the pink jell-o. >> it's like it's kind of old you want to stick -- >> does he help in the kitchen? >> a little bit when he was younger but i found out this morning that he doesn't like the recipe so -- >> trying to tell the truth. >> i didn't know that. this is a cup of bread crumbs, a quarter cup of flour. >> we've got to ask you about a photo we showed earlier, a younger ed henry -- >> look at that right there. >> in a jeans shirt, no less. >> right, right. >> did you teach him fashion? >> no. he had his own fashion. >> clearly he did. >> i'm not taking credit for
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that. >> no, he was always into -- >> like early 20s or something. >> he was a good boy so -- >> this is easy -- >> throw everything in a bowl. >> as this is mixing, you have to make sure you have salted boiling water ready to throw them in. >> okay. >> salted boiling water. >> and they automatically -- >> that's at the end here. >> you eat it like this. >> i usually put them on a plate and -- >> put a little butter and gravy on it. >> okay. >> and this is what they look like when they come out of the oven -- >> no, just boiling water and it comes right to the top. >> in about five to seven minutes you have -- >> you can do whatever you want with it. >> right. >> these are on the table at the henry household. >> yes, also with the turkey. >> post the recipe online. >> that was found in my
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grandmother's bible in german and somebody along the way put it english and it just went down through generations to generation and cousin to cousin. >> a family recipe. >> at the bottom it says pink jell-o. >> everywhere, america is learning about it. >> thanks for being here. >> happy thanksgiving. >> i was a good boy. >> he was and is. >> they are willing to help donald trump renegotiate the nafta agreement. how about that wall? >> and i have food in my mouth. >> maria bartiromo, how trump's economics may be working next. it was always just a hobby something he did for fun until the day it became something much more.
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welcome back, it has been less than two weeks since donald trump won the election but mexico already willing to hold nafta talks. >> so is trump economic planning already showing signs of working? here to weigh in maria bartiromo, the perfect person to ask. >> thank you. >> we wish you would be cooking with us today. >> not really. >> want to see an italian feast. >> absolutely. >> an impact already, you've got calling up saying we're not moving jobs out of new york -- >> people recognize that this is a plan donald trump will follow through on. you've seen a reaction in the stock market because investors are figuring out not only is this a growth plan but we'll get through because both houses of congress, both houses of government led by the republicans. you look at forward and look at
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apple, saying we're considering producing i phones and ipads in the united states. looks like at what that would require. >> he thinks apple is bluffing and trying to say nice things to the president-elect. >> we'll see. they said it now so now it's out there. now they'll be questioned about it. i don't think they would throw that out there if they weren't going to consider some production in the u.s. the broader point is companies are getting on board. they recognize there's one man leading this, donald trump and he'll follow through. >> and he's a businessman. talk about the tax code. how big would that be if he could change the tax code and how important would it be for jobs in the u.s. and encouraging companies to come back? >> abby, i think it's huge. we have spoken about this before, the fact you're going from the highest tax industrialized world country, america is one of the highest tax places to one of the lowest, 35%, possibly going to 15% or 20%, we'll see what gets through congress, it's going to be
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better than what it is right now. that immediately saves company's money and immediately allows companies to reallocate money differently. they are going to put that into investing in the businesses and creating job, no doubt in my mind. >> we're talking about respective cabinet positions. what position do you have your eye on as far as the economy is concerned? >> i'm looking at treasury secretary obviously. last it was done to jamie dime on and steven menuc hixt in. >> he has said to his company and publicly i'm not suited for this job and don't want the job but i don't know how you say no if he is going to be offered. he probably has the inside at this point but that's one position we may very well hear in the next couple of days. donald trump has said more positions will be announced today. >> you've got newt gingrich on
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today and dan quayle. >> he said he's not going to join the administration, i'll ask him why and size up what donald trump is looking for and who he thinks has the inside about that. then we'll talk with former vice president dan quayle and get his take on things as well and mike pence. we're talking with bill daily, former chief of staff. >> on the democratic side. >> to talk about issues that will land on the chief of staff's desk and great segment with two former attorney generals. i want to ask how easy or tough will it be to reverse the politicizing that has gone on in the department of justice? >> it's a huge question. dan quayle, i haven't heard him talk a lot. >> we'll be watching. >> thanks. >> see you in ten minutes. >> coming up, we've met all of these lovely members of our family, cooking thanksgiving dinner here. now it's time for our friends
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recipes from rick. >> pressure is on. >> look at my family.
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. >> >>
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. there's the famous turkey. we are wrapping up "fox and friends" dealing with a special family recipe. pressure's on. >> all of my family is in arizona and i couldn't get them here since we found out about this on friday, so this is all the way that happens, where you bring in everybody else's
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family. >> we're your family. >> you are. so our family dish is broccoli and rice casserole and you can make this on the original version or if you want the to make -- some onion, minute rice, cheez whiz and broccoli. and you put it all together and then bake it and you end up with the most amazing thanksgiving dish. it is absolutely the best. >> what is thanksgiving like at your house? >> my brother and his wife and kids are coming. that's all of us. one of my niece's wedding, there's 28 of us when we get together. and one of my brother's is coming today, later on today, thanksgiving is like everybody's thing. so many people, it's chaos, a lot of really great food and
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then -- there's my brother. we just had the picture. and then a lot of arguments. the way it should be. >> you guys discuss politics? >> we do. we've learned over the years to not talk about it as much. >> that will go real well this year. >> this will be the hardest year ever for a lot of families to abide by that. it's my favorite holidays of all holidays and it ushers in the holiday season. so when it's done you're not depressed that it's over because you have so much more coming ahead. >> and christmas and eating -- usually i'm depressed after new year. i'm like, what's next? >> that's when you start to ski. >> yes. >> so just to tell everyone who's here, this is my nephew, harrison, we made our family a turkey chili earlier.
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>> can you wave? can you say hello? >> he's a little shy today. >> he's a cool dude. >> i got my brother phil here as well and his lovely girlfriend. >> we had dinner last night and it's a lot of fun. >> you're going to be with family in minnesota. >> yes. >> and how about the henry family? >> mom, dad, my niece back there and my aunt. so glad everybody's in new york. >> we will back in a couple minutes. >> happy thanksgiving, everybody. when you're close to the people you love, does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment? if you have moderate to severe psoriasis, you can embrace
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thank you all for coming and being a part of our family. >> have a good week, everyone. ♪ good sunday morning, everybody. the trump transition team kicks into high gear. i'm maria bartiromo. this is "sunday morning futures." once again all eyes on the president-elect donald trump's golf club in new jersey this morning where he will meet with several potential cabinet members. so who is in and who is out? at this hour they will have announcements today. we have a jam packed lineup this morning to talk about what it all means for the president's trump first 100 days and beyond with former house speaker newt gingrich coming up. former vice president deign

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